Megan Stacey, London Free Press:

London Council is staring at a $228 million backlog of needed repairs to its public housing stock, a grim reality underlined by unsafe playgrounds cordoned off by caution tape at London-Middlesex Housing Corp. (LMHC) properties this summer.

More than 3,000 families are waiting to get into public housing, and many more Londoners are in desperate need of a place that’s more affordable. The London Free Press asked the four main mayoral candidates about their solutions for the housing crisis plaguing the city.

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